Want to know more about preparing for the IELTS? How does it differ from the CELBAN? I just found this video. It has been created by Australia Network: Study English Series.
As you can see the topics are varied. When it comes to the CELBAN Writing you are required to write either an incident report or an assessment report.
According to Wikipedia
In a health care facility, such a hospital, nursing home or assisted living, an incident report or accident report is a form that is filled out in order to record details of an unusual event that occurs at the facility, such as an injury to a patient. The purpose of the incident report is to document the exact details of the occurrence while they are fresh in the minds of those who witnessed the event. This information may be useful in the future when dealing with liability issues stemming from the incident.
Generally, according to health care guidelines, the report must be filled out as soon as possible following the incident (but after the situation has been stabilized). This way, the details written in the report are as accurate as possible.
Most incident reports that are written involve accidents with patients, such as patient falls. But most facilities will also document an incident in which a staff member or visitor is injured.
In the event that an incident involves a patient, the patient will often be monitored for a period of time following the incident (for it may happen again), which may include taking vital signs regularly.
Now how does CELBANPrep prepare you? These videos are from the actual CELBANPrep Writing lessons.
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